Definition of playgroup
: an informal gathering of preschool children organized for the purpose of play and companionship
Recent Examples of playgroup from the Web
Visit the newly renovated and expanded Raymond Library at 840 Main St. for music, movies, hula hooping, dancing, playgroup, LEGO bricks and Mindstorms, animals, craft programs, and more.
There is no playgroup when school is delayed or closed due to weather.
Providence Talks uses a three-pronged approach to bridge that gap: home visits with new parents, playgroups in community spaces, and professional development programming for early childhood educators.
Prospective parents must apply for a lottery online, and if their name ispulled, will be invited to participate in playgroup interviews in January 2017.
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PLAYGROUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of playgroup for English Language Learners
: an organized group of young children and their parents that meet regularly so the children can play together
: a school where children younger than five years old go to play and learn
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